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Maui Jim Classic This Week

December 15, 2019, 1:41 PM HST
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NCAA’s Oregon State University’s Sydney Wiese dunking on Idaho State in Maui Jim Maui Classic 2016. Courtesy photo. 

Tickets are now on sale for this yearʻs Maui Jim Maui Classic.

Now in its fourth year, the two-day tournament will feature Oregon State University, Brigham Young University, Northern Arizona University, and San Jose State University at the Lahaina Civic Center.

Oregon State is currently ranked No.4 in the country. They are currently undefeated with an 8-0 record.

San Jose State is in the Mountain West Conference and hold a 7-3 record. Their featured players include team captain and local Maui native Fiemea Hafoka. This is the first time a local girl is playing an official D1 game in Maui.

BYU is in the West Coast Conference and hold a 5-3 record. They are led by Paisley Johnson, Brenna Drollinger and Jasmine Moody. Their star center, Sara Hamson is a 6’7 dunker that lives above the rim.

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Northern Arizona is in the Big Sky Conference and hold a 2-5 record. They are led by Jacey Bailey, Nina Radford and Khiarica Rasheed. Arizona is 3rd in their conference in scoring, averaging 72 points a game. Jacey Bailey is No. 4 on the top scorers list in her conference averaging 14.7 points a game.

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The 4th Annual Maui Jim Maui Classic will run from Dec. 18 to 19.

Click here for tickets.

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